Monday Memories – the price of FREEDOM

It’s been a long couple of months with GDPR and my crafting time has been severely curtailed. Now it’s in and I can breathe a sigh of relief and get back to making stuff.

I have challenged myself to a layout a week to catch up on both the 2014 and 2016 holidays.

This is the last of my layouts from Arlington National Cemetery and is of the WW2 memorial sculpture “The Price of Freedom”

It one of those layouts which I wanted the photo to star so I kept it simple. In line with the BPC “Old and New” classes I used a (very) old sheer of K and Co embossed cardstock, which I got around 2002 for my wedding album and tinted it with metallic Nuvo Mousse to match the photo.

I also matted the picture on a two colour combination to make it look like the light was hitting the statues.

I also jazzed the letters up with some glitter drops from Nuvo.

Stash Used

  • Bazzill – Polka Dot and Grass Cardstock
  • K and Company – Embossed Cardstock
  • Basic Grey – Cardstock Stickers
  • American Crafts – Thicker Stickers
  • Tonic Studios – Nuvo Drops
  • Tonic Studios – Nuvo Mousse

Thanks for reading

BMB

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